EU monitors in Georgia to relocate


 European Union observers in Georgia say they will move their offices closer to a volatile area around the breakaway province of South Ossetia. The EU mission said in a statement Monday that it will relocate its offices in the Georgian capital Tbilisi and the Black Sea port of Poti. It said the move would help the monitors respond quickly to any challenges in the tense area.
More than 200 EU monitors have been deployed to Georgia to monitor compliance with a French-brokered truce that ended Russia’s war with Georgia in August. AP
 

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